Nearest City: Arlington
GPS Coordinates: 38.84119, -77.05004
Directions: From Tysons Corner
Restrooms are NOT available.
This site is suitable for children under seven.
This site is suitable for the elderly.
This site is suitable for the disabled.
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This site is open to the public
RSVP Not Required
Maximum Volunteers: 40
Come join us to clean LIttle Hunting Creek.
Please join us Saturday April 13th from 9:00am to Noon, for the Annual Potomac River Watershed Clean up at the Potoma Wayside River Access in Harpers Ferry National Historical Park. Ranger Samantha will be leading the clean up. Gloves, trash bags, & recycling bags will be provided. Bring your refillable water bottle, wear sturdy boots, dress in long pants of a tough fabric, and layers up top.
Parking will be just down the road, past the "Tri-State" Exxon, in the "Kettle Corn" lot. Permission has been granted by the property owner. Just ask the Kettle Corn or other Vendor folks where they'd like you to park.
Bring your phone and/or other camera to capture the project, and maybe even enter the Alice Ferguson Foundation photo contest!
For any questions, or to RSVP, contact Samantha Zurbuch at 304-535-5017 or email@example.com.
The Occoquan watershed covers 590 square miles and includes the 1,700-acre Occoquan Reservoir, which serves as the boundary between Fairfax and Prince William counties. Please join CAI in our efforts to improve environmental conditions.
Stay for an hour or stay for a day.
This is a site of illegal dumping, so come prepared to get tired and dirty!
Volunteers may find more information and directions at
Please let us know if you plan to join "Team Accotink". -- GET YOUR BRAIN WET!
Join us for the 31st Annual Potomac River Watershed Cleanup at our flagship site, Hard Bargain Farm!
The Alice Ferguson Foundation was established in 1954 as a non-profit organization chartered in the state of Maryland. The Alice Ferguson Foundation’s educational programs unite students, educators, park rangers, communities, regional organizations, and government agencies throughout the Washington, D.C. metropolitan area to promote the environmental sustainability of the Potomac River watershed.
It's a fun and educational event. Volunteers will be provided with supplies to remove trash and debris from along Quantico Creek in the Town of Dumfries. Breakfast and lunch is provided.